FREE WEBINAR REPLAY:
How to Find Meaningful Measures for
The 4 causes and the 5 fixes to
easily measure the performance of difficult teams.
The clues that your team is struggling to meaningfully measure their work are obvious…
Hard-to-measure teams do things like these:
- constantly debate the usefulness of their measures
- ignore their measures
- toss around cynical comments about measurement in general
- are accused of not aligning to or implementing the company strategy
- insist their work isn’t measurable (too unpredictable, too complex)
- have no measures at all
But just because they don’t have meaningful measures, doesn’t mean they can’t or shouldn’t. They just need to change the way they are thinking about what really should be measured, and why they should bother measuring it.
In this webinar replay you’ll discover:
This replay is an introduction to the full course on “How to Find Meaningful Measures for Hard-to-Measure Teams”…
On the webinar I mentioned a little about how you can get help to step you through the detail of finding meaningful measures for your teams.
This 3-part webinar course covers more indepth instructions, examples and templates to support those key steps to find meaningful measures for your teams.
You can read more about the “How to Find Meaningful Measures For Hard-to-Measure Teams” online course here (it will open in a new window so you don’t lose this replay page):
The webinar replay is a large file (76 minutes of video), and it will take a while to download via the media player below. While it gets started, perhaps you’d like to go grab a coffee or tea or water, and a notepad and pen, so you can settle in and watch it in comfort.
I hope you enjoyed the webinar, and feel inspired and empowered to help your hard-to-measure team.
P.S. Remember, you can get more detailed instructions, indepth examples and practical templates to help you find meaningful measures for your hard-to-measure team in the full online course.
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